New soccer complex open in Sunset Park, election results could impact affordable housing, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
November 5, 2018 - 11:00AM

Goal! A brand new sports facility, Socceroof, has 10 playing fields, a bar and rooftop view of the Statue of Liberty in a former torpedo factory in Sunset Park (Brklyner)

If Democrats take the New York State Senate, they could potentially repeal the Urstadt Law, and the real estate lobby is scared (Gothamist)

Brace yourself: NYC is among the final contenders for Amazon's HQ2 (Curbed via Wall Street Journal)

A look at tiny townhouses that use leftover spaces in New York City (The Real Deal)

The first step to prepare your house for winter is an energy audit (The New York Times)

Lowe's location on Broadway, which catered to spaced-starved apartment residents, suddenly closed (West Side Rag)


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